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July Film Guide: A New ‘Trek,’ ‘Ghostbusters,’ and ‘Jason’

No sense sitting home in the sweltering heat, here’s a lo a some of Hollywood’s summer offering.

left) and Wernher von Braun (David Whalen) see the light. Do they see the tunnel?|Ah

Morality Play: In ‘Some Brighter Distance,’ Who Is Not Guilty?

City Theatre mounts a new play about tough choices and people who find ways around them.

‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ Looking Good

This big screen version of the old TV series gives the 1960’s a shot of cinematic Botox.

Film Preview: Will April Showers Bring Cinematic Flowers?

A quick run-down of what’s playing on Pittsburgh screens this month.

Deon (Dev Patel) boots up Chappie with the new program.|Chappie gets corrupted in "the hood."

‘Chappie’: The Rise (and Fall) of Machines

Forget artificial intelligence — any intelligence would have been nice.

Savoy Hosts Roger Humprhies Trio With Mark Lucas; Open Stage at Club Cafe’s Acousticafe (CPs Mon., 3/2/15)

Roger Humphries Trio w/Mark Lucas, Acousticafe w/Ben Shannon, “McFarland, USA”

yet they are more colorful than the movie itself.

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Is 49 Too Many

The ‘Fifty Shades’ movie gives you 125 minutes of brutal boredom built on a bad idea.

Depp looked as if handcuffed for a perp walk. But should he walk the plank for this offense?

Surprise: ‘Mortdecai’ Is Quite All Right and Depp Ain’t Dead

Reports of Johnny Depp’s demise are greatly exaggerated and his latest, the comedy caper film “Mortdecai,” deserves a closer lo.

" Julianne plays a Hollywood actress with a wacky GPS. (Photo: Focus World)

February Movie Preview: Moore Month (and More)

Find out what Julianne Moore—and a whole raft of other stars—are doing this month on Pittsburgh movie screens.

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‘Selma’ Gives Us a King, and It’s a Royally Good Movie

Hollywood finally makes a movie about a real superhero—Martin Luther King, Jr.

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